Circular Systems have launched Agraloop™ BioFibre™, which is a new high-quality fibre derived from food-crop waste. This new launch is available for consumers to wear for the first time. The Agraloop™, by Circular Systems™, is an innovative fibre processing technology which upgrades low-value crop-residues from agriculture production, like oilseed hemp, to a spinnable fibre using their proprietary fibre processing technology.
Agraloop™ has promoted its dual-purpose crops that are aimed to generate more revenue for farmers while supporting regenerative agriculture practices. The Agraloop™ BioFibre™ textiles are applicable to various sectors that include craft, elegant tailoring and the garment industry. Circular Systems™ is featuring this textile in their latest collection made from sustainable materials in the first week of December.
The company has grown from ideation to proof of concept in just three years with their Agraloop™ BioFibre™ being a breakthrough innovation. The technology is now ready to scale with many major global brands in a cost-effective way. The successful R&D milestones of Agraloop™ BioFibre™ were made possible when Circular Systems™ received the Global Change Award in 2018. The technology was recognised in the past as it was a potential system that could disrupt the fashion’s typically linear processes. Now the company has not only proved that is it capable of just that but are also thriving to go beyond zero impact.
Isaac Nichelson, the Co-founder and CEO of Circular Systems™, stated that Circular Systems was breaking through with Agraloop™ BioFibre™ after many years of technology development and product R&D. Nichelson added that they were very excited to debut their first commercialized products made from Agraloop™ BioFibre™ in the A/W20 Collection. He stated that the support from global brands has enabled them to start putting in action a plan for a global rollout of Agraloop Bio-Refinery’s, activating regenerative supply chain systems across the globe, and creating only beneficial effluents in the process.
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